Partial Bibliography for the Mary Garbin Papers collection in the HCC Library.

The Mary Garbin collection of papers consists of 34 binders full of article s and personal papers, and a 15″ tall stack of unsorted papers and articles.  There are also several small runs of unbound periodicals.  The numbers preceding the citation is the Call Number I’ve assigned to the collection.  The binder heading indicates the binder that the item was originally in.  This list will eventually also be sorted by


  • . 1991. Leather, its composition and changes with time. Paper read at Leather Conservation Centre Conference, at Northampton, Nene College.

Unbound Periodicals

G30-G103. January 1992-August 1994, November 1994-April 1995. Journal of the Society of Leather Technologists & Chemists, 76:1-78:4, 78:6-79:2.

  • G33. K. T. W. Alexander, D. R. Corning, N. J. Cory, V. J. Donohue and R. L. Sykes. 1992. Environmental & Safety Issues — Clean Technology and Environmental Auditing. Journal of the Society of Leather Technologists & Chemists 76, no. 1: 17-23.
  • G64. K. T. W. Alexander and R. G. Stosic. 1993. A New Non-Destructive Leather Softness Test. Journal of the Society of Leather Technologists & Chemists 77, no. 5: 139-142.
  • G44. M. Amela, F. Maldonado, A. Otero and J. Costa-López. 1992. The Hyrdophobic Effect and its Importance to Collagen. Journal of the Society of Leather Technologists & Chemists 76, no. 5: 157-161.
  • G69. J. H. Atkinson. 1993. Wolstenholme Memorial Lecture, Vegetable Tannage — Past, Present, and Future. Journal of the Society of Leather Technologists & Chemists 77, no. 6: 171-173.
  • G61. G. E. Attenburrow. 1993. The Rheology of Leather — a Review. Journal of the Society of Leather Technologists & Chemists 77, no. 4: 107-114.
  • G40. A. J. Bailey. 1992. Procter Memorial Lecture. Collagen — Nature’s Framework in the Medical, Food and Leather Industries. Journal of the Society of Leather Technologists & Chemists 76, no. 4: 111-127.
  • G30. J. C. Bickley. 1992. Vegetable Tannins and Tanning. Journal of the Society of Leather Technologists & Chemists 76, no. 1: 1-5.
  • G55. J. C. Bickley. 1993. Vegetable and Synthetic Tannins, Some Notes on Proceedures for Routine Analysis. Journal of the Society of Leather Technologists & Chemists 77, no. 2: 50-54.
  • G102. M. Bugarski. 1995. Elaboration of Operations By Using the Balance Criterion. Journal of the Society of Leather Technologists & Chemists 79, no. 2: 48-50.
  • G103. M. Bugarski. 1995. Quality Control as a Production Management Tool in the Footwear and Leatherware Industry. Journal of the Society of Leather Technologists & Chemists 79, no. 2: 51-53.
  • G92. M. Burgarski. 1994. Determination of Optimal Daily Production as a Function of Development Management. Journal of the Society of Leather Technologists & Chemists 78, no. 6: 187-190.
  • G93. M. Burgarski. 1994. Testing the Characteristics of Industrial Footwear Production. Journal of the Society of Leather Technologists & Chemists 78, no. 6: 191-194.
  • G78. D. Burgess. 1994. General Aspects of Fatliquoring: An introduction to the Application and Chemistry of Fatliquoring. Journal of the Society of Leather Technologists & Chemists 78, no. 2: 39-43.
  • G32. S. M. Burkinshaw and M. F. Karim. 1992. Chitosan in Leather Production, Part 2: Further Studies of the Dying Behaviour of Chitosan Treated Leather. Journal of the Society of Leather Technologists & Chemists 76, no. 1: 11-16.
  • G37. S. M. Burkinshaw and M. F. Karim. 1992. Chitosan in Leather Production, Part 3: Build-up Properties of Chitosan Pretreated Full-Chrome and Heavily Retanned Leather. Journal of the Society of Leather Technologists & Chemists 76, no. 2: 54-57.
  • G42. S. M. Burkinshaw and M. F. Karim. 1992. Chitosan in Leather Production, Part 4: The Enhancement of Uptake of Anionic Dyes on Heavily Retanned Leather. Journal of the Society of Leather Technologists & Chemists 76, no. 4: 132-136.
  • G50. S. M. Burkinshaw and M. F. Karim. 1992. Chitosan in Leather Production, Part 5: The Enhancement of Uptake of Direct Dyes and Sulpher Dyes on Heavily Retanned Leather. Journal of the Society of Leather Technologists & Chemists 76, no. 6: 205-209.
  • G53. S. M. Burkinshaw and M. F. Karim. 1993. Chitosan in Leather Production, Part 6: The Enhancement of Uptake of Anionic Dyes on Crusted and Dyed Through Leather. Journal of the Society of Leather Technologists & Chemists 77, no. 1: 14-18.
  • G97. C. S. Cantera, V. D. Vera, N. Sierra, L. Fernández Crespo and R. Escobar. 1995. Unhairing Technology Involving Hair Protection Adaptation of a Recirculation Technique. Journal of the Society of Leather Technologists & Chemists 79, no. 1: 12-17.
  • G90. V. Chagne, F. Silvestre and A. Gaset. 1994. Clean Technology for Tannage with Chromium Salts, Part 3: Cost Analysis and Integration into Different Manufacturing Processes. Journal of the Society of Leather Technologists & Chemists 78, no. 6: 173-177.
  • G35. S. M. Cooper and A. Passman. 1992. The Effects of Lamb Treatments on Whitespot Prevalence in Dyed Crust Leather. Journal of the Society of Leather Technologists & Chemists 76, no. 2: 47-50.
  • G57. S. M. Cooper and A. Passman. 1993. The Effect of Infection with Dermatophius Congolensis on Lamb and Sheep Pelts. Journal of the Society of Leather Technologists & Chemists 77, no. 3: 75-77.
  • G52. D. R. Corning, N. J. Cory and R. L. Sykes. 1993. Studies on Pesticides Used for the Protection of Skins During Storage and Transportation, Part 2: Analytical Studies and Environmental Impact. Journal of the Society of Leather Technologists & Chemists 77, no. 1: 3-13.
  • G88. G. A. Defeo. 1994. A Whiteness Formula for Crust Leather. Journal of the Society of Leather Technologists & Chemists 78, no. 4: 115-118.
  • G96. M. J. Donkin and J. Pearce. 1995. Tannin Analysis by Near Infrared Spectroscopy. Journal of the Society of Leather Technologists & Chemists 79, no. 1: 8-11.
  • G76. B. Felicjaniak, T. Sulska and M. Ksiezniak. 1994. Bating of Furrier Sheepskins in Recycled Liquors After Analytical Standardisation of Proteolytic Activity. Journal of the Society of Leather Technologists & Chemists 78, no. 1: 16-22.
  • G62. T. P. Ferrándiz-Gomez, M. Almela, J. M. Martín-Martínez, F. Maldonado and A. C. Orgilés-Barcelo. 1993. Effect of Skin Type and Direction of Applied Force on Peel Strength of Skin Layers. Journal of the Society of Leather Technologists & Chemists 77, no. 4: 115-122.
  • G83. P. Flesher. 1994. Procter Memorial Lecture, The Development and Industrial Application of Speciality Polymers. Journal of the Society of Leather Technologists & Chemists 78, no. 3: 71-84.
  • G99. H. Gilmour. 1995. The Implementation of an Environmental Management System. Journal of the Society of Leather Technologists & Chemists 79, no. 2: 35-40.
  • G39. P. Golob, F. V. Robinson and S. Gutu. 1992. Studies on Pesticides Used for the Protection of Skins During Storage an Transportation. Part 1: Protection of Goat Skins Against Beetle Damage Using Pesticides in Zimbabwe. Journal of the Society of Leather Technologists & Chemists 76, no. 3: 83-91.
  • G48. T. Gotsis, L. Spiccia and K. C. Montgomery. 1992. Application of Cr(III) Hydrolytic Oligomers in Leather Tanning, Part 1. Effect of Sulphate on the Tanning Properties of Dimer and Trimer. Journal of the Society of Leather Technologists & Chemists 76, no. 6: 195-200.
  • G68. E. Gratacos, A. Marsal and M. Fort. 1993. Combination Tannage with Vegetable and Aluminum Salts: Glace Kid for Ladies Shoe Uppers. Journal of the Society of Leather Technologists & Chemists 77, no. 6: 167-170.
  • G66. J. Gregori, A. Marsal, A. M. Manich and J. Cot. 1993. Optimization of the Chrome Tanning Process: Influence of Three Types of Commercially Available Masking Agents. Journal of the Society of Leather Technologists & Chemists 77, no. 5: 147-150.
  • G71. J. Hanaczinsky, C. V. Horie and C. A. Shuttleworth. 1993. Age and Chemcial Related Changes in Red Deer Skin, Part 1: Tensile Properties. Journal of the Society of Leather Technologists & Chemists 77, no. 6: 179-182.
  • G77. J. Hanaczinsky, C. V. Horie and C. A. Shuttleworth. 1994. Age and Chemical-Related Changes in Red-Deer Skin, Part 2: Role of Oxygen. Journal of the Society of Leather Technologists & Chemists 78, no. 1: 23-25.
  • G65. A. K. Hewavitharana. 1993. A Fast and Efficient HPLC Method for the Separation of Chromium Complexes in Chrome Tanning Solutions. Journal of the Society of Leather Technologists & Chemists 77, no. 5: 143-146.
  • G31. M. J. Holt and N. Seville. 1992. Precision Measurements in the determination of chrome and substances soluble in dichloromethane. Journal of the Society of Leather Technologists & Chemists 76, no. 1: 6-10.
  • G54. J. Jackman. 1993. Henry Richardson Proctor, his Early Life, 1848-1891. Journal of the Society of Leather Technologists & Chemists 77, no. 2: 35-49.
  • G38. Z. Korenek, Z. Vinklárek and M. Vondruška. 1992. Herterogenous Interaction Between Sulpho-Syntan Oligoelectrolyte Molecular Parameters. Journal of the Society of Leather Technologists & Chemists 76, no. 3: 75-82.
  • G45. Z. Korenek, Z. Vinklárek and M. Vondruška. 1992. Herterogenous Interaction Between Sulpho-Syntan and Collagen, Part 7 — Polyionic Network Hypothesis. Journal of the Society of Leather Technologists & Chemists 76, no. 5: 162-168.
  • G89. G. Lampard. 1994. Solvent and Solvent Extraction in Grease Analysis. Journal of the Society of Leather Technologists & Chemists 78, no. 4: 119-121.
  • G79. A. W. Landmann. 1994. Drying Your Leather without Tears. Journal of the Society of Leather Technologists & Chemists 78, no. 2: 44-45.
  • G86. A. W. Landmann, R. G. Stosic and T. J. Deadman. 1994. A Test for Bagginess and Computer Lastometer Test. Journal of the Society of Leather Technologists & Chemists 78, no. 4: 105-108.
  • G85. A. W. Landmann, R. G. Stosic, J. Vaculik and M. Hanson. 1994. Softness — An International Comparison of Manual Assessment Against Instrumental Methods. Journal of the Society of Leather Technologists & Chemists 78, no. 3: 88-92.
  • G67. R. Larsen, M. Vest and K. Nielsen. 1993. Determination of Hydrothermal Stability (Shrinkage Temperature) of Historical Leather by the Micro Hot Table Technique. Journal of the Society of Leather Technologists & Chemists 77, no. 5: 151-156.
  • G101. J. Ma, Z. Yang and G. Zhou. 1995. Preparation and Application of a Multi-Functional Tanning Agent (MTA). Journal of the Society of Leather Technologists & Chemists 79, no. 2: 46-47.
  • G100. M. Marjoniemi. 1995. Spectroscopy and Modelling: A New Generation in Leather Technology. Journal of the Society of Leather Technologists & Chemists 79, no. 2: 41-45.
  • G94. M. H. Mayer. 1995. A Wolf in Sheep’s Clothing, Atkin Memorial Lecture. Journal of the Society of Leather Technologists & Chemists 79, no. 1: 1-4.
  • G34. K. C. Montgomery. 1992. A Well Defined Chromium-Zirconium Sulphate Tanning Complex, What Future in Basic Tanning Research? Journal of the Society of Leather Technologists & Chemists 76, no. 2: 39-46.
  • G60. C. Muralidharan, H. Purushotham, K. S. Jayaraman, K. V. Raghavan, G. Prasad and P. E. Sankaranarayanan. 1993. Computer Controls for Tannery Wet Operations. Journal of the Society of Leather Technologists & Chemists 77, no. 3: 86-92.
  • G58. P. M. Pojer, E. Lai Shung Chin and R. N. Reddie. 1993. Introduction of Carboxyl Groups into Collagen for Stabilisation of Aluminum Tannage. Journal of the Society of Leather Technologists & Chemists 77, no. 3: 78-81.
  • G59. A. Przepiórkowska. 1993. Synthesis and Application of a Tanning/Fatliquoring Preparation. Journal of the Society of Leather Technologists & Chemists 77, no. 3: 82-85.
  • G87. A. Przepiórkowska. 1994. Synthesis and Investigation of the of the Composition of Model Tanning/Fatliquoring Preparations. Journal of the Society of Leather Technologists & Chemists 78, no. 4: 109-114.
  • G51. A. Puntener, D. Mausezahl and C. Page. 1993. How to Test for Benzidine Dyes in Dye Mixtures. Journal of the Society of Leather Technologists & Chemists 77, no. 1: 1-2.
  • G72. H. Purushotham, N. K. Chandrababu, J. K. Khanna and K. V. Raghavan. 1993. Carbon-Dioxide Deliming — An Enviromentally Friendly Option for Indian Tanners. Journal of the Society of Leather Technologists & Chemists 77, no. 6: 183-187.
  • G91. H. Purushotham, A. Koshy, V. S. Sundar Rao, P. Latha, M. M. Gurumoorthy, S. Ananthanarayanan, V. Haridoss, K. Venkataboopathy, R. Sundaram, C. Lajapathy Rai, P. G. Rao, M. M. Mallikarjunan and K. V. Raghavan. 1994. Computer Based Technology for Vegetable Tannin Extraction. Journal of the Society of Leather Technologists & Chemists 78, no. 6: 178-186.
  • G63. H. Purushotham, K. V. Raghavan, R. B. Mitra and T. K. Rao. 1993. Tradition Accommodates Modernization, An Indian Experience in Tannery Wet Processing. Journal of the Society of Leather Technologists & Chemists 77, no. 4: 123-127.
  • G98. W. Schwaiger. 1995. Foam Base Coats in Leather Finishing. Journal of the Society of Leather Technologists & Chemists 79, no. 1: 18.
  • G73. F. Silvestre, C. Rocrelle, A. Gaset, N. Caruel and A. Darnaud. 1994. Clean Technology for Tannage with Chromium Salts, Part 1: Development of a New Process in Hydrophobic Solvent Media. Journal of the Society of Leather Technologists & Chemists 78, no. 1: 1-7.
  • G80. F. Silvestre, C. Rocrelle, A. Gaset, N. Caruel and A. Darnaud. 1994. Clean Technology for Tannage with Chromium Salts, Part 2: Pilot Scale Development. Journal of the Society of Leather Technologists & Chemists 78, no. 2: 46-49.
  • G56. L. J. Stephens, J. A. Werkmeister and J. A. M. Ramshaw. 1993. Changes to Bovine Hides During Leather Processing. Journal of the Society of Leather Technologists & Chemists 77, no. 3: 71-74.
  • G43. R. L. Sykes. 1992. Leather Research — Where now? Journal of the Society of Leather Technologists & Chemists 76, no. 5: 149-156.
  • G49. K. Takenouchi, K. Kondo and F. Nakamura. 1992. Affinity for Collagen of Chromium Complexes Separated from Masked Chrome Solutions. Journal of the Society of Leather Technologists & Chemists 76, no. 6: 201-204.
  • G41. E. L. Tavani and N. A. Lacour. 1992. Tannage with Iron (III) Chloride Manufactured from Titaniferous Iron Ores. Journal of the Society of Leather Technologists & Chemists 76, no. 4: 128-131.
  • G81. E. L. Tavani and N. A. Lacour. 1994. Characterization of Solid Tanning Salts Manufactured From Iron (III) Sulphate and Potassium Acid Tartrate. Journal of the Society of Leather Technologists & Chemists 78, no. 2: 50-54.
  • G70. S. Teliba, A. Sibari, F. Silvestre and A. Gaset. 1993. Vegetable Tanning in Apolar Solvent Media. Journal of the Society of Leather Technologists & Chemists 77, no. 6: 174-178.
  • G95. R. J. Tremlett. 1995. Dye Selection — Problems and Opportunities. Journal of the Society of Leather Technologists & Chemists 79, no. 1: 5-7.
  • G46. H. Turner, D. Davighi and G. E. Attenburrow. 1992. Colour Changes During Aging of Finished Leather. Journal of the Society of Leather Technologists & Chemists 76, no. 5: 169-171.
  • G74. P. Turner. 1994. The Effect of Environmental Legislation on the Selection of Dyestuffs. Journal of the Society of Leather Technologists & Chemists 78, no. 1: 8-11.
  • G36. M. Velcheva, D. Bileva, D. Ivanova and R. Tarandjiska. 1992. New Plasticiser from Fur Leather Waste. Journal of the Society of Leather Technologists & Chemists 76, no. 2: 51-53.
  • G75. M. Vondruška, J. Mikulik and Z. Vinklárek. 1994. Sulpho-Syntan Tannage Technology On Line: Basic Liquor-Acid Liquor. Journal of the Society of Leather Technologists & Chemists 78, no. 1: 12-15.
  • G47. T. Waite. 1992. Tannin Analysis — A 130 Year Problem. Journal of the Society of Leather Technologists & Chemists 76, no. 6: 187-194.
  • G82. Y.-L. Wang and G. E. Attenburrow. 1994. Strength of Brazilian Goatskin Leathers in Relation to Skin and Animal Characteristics. Journal of the Society of Leather Technologists & Chemists 78, no. 2: 55-60.
  • G84. Y.-L. Wang and G. E. Attenburrow. 1994. Factors in Influencing the Softness of Brazilian Goatskin Leathers. Journal of the Society of Leather Technologists & Chemists 78, no. 3: 85-87.

Stearite Binder

  • G16. ASTM. 1983. Standard test method for corrosion produced by leather in contrast with metal. 1983 Annual Book of ASTM Standards, Section15 15.04: 315-7.
  • G14. W. Chemical. 1968. Witco stearates and their properties and uses. Bulletin 55-5R-8-68.
  • G2. M. Garbin. 1986. “Stearate” Bibliography.
  • G3. M. Garbin. 1986. “Stearate” Literature. Abstracts.
  • G4. M. Garbin. NOTES/”Stearate” binder.
  • G12. M. Garbin. 1985. Metal damage by free fatty acids and leather damage fatty acid metal compounds.
  • G15. M. N. Gleason, R. E. Gosselin, H. C. Hodge and R. P. Smith. 1969. Clinical Toxicology of Commercial Products, Acute Poisoning. Baltimore: Williams and Wilkins Co.
  • G5. D. Guntin. 1969. Stearates vs. Silicones. Stone Magazine: 12-14.
  • G6. R. F. Innes. 1935. The Corrosion of metals by contact with leather. Journal of Leather Technologists and Chemists 19: 548-563.
  • G7. V. V. Kubelka, N. V. and S. Žuravlev. 1935. Versuche über die Wirkung des vegetabilischen Leders auf metallisches Eisen. I Teil: Einfluß der Lederfette auf Eisen. Collegium 787: 533-40.
  • G8. J. Ondracek, J. Skoch, D. Cermakova and Z. Reha. 1966. Harmful Influence of metals on leather and corrosion of metals by leathers. Journal of the American Leather Chemists Association 62, no. 10: 713-4.
  • G9. C. Patterson. 1985. Treatment of Leather. RMRCC Conservation News 2, no. 2: 4-5.
  • G10. J. Rinse. 1967. Metal Soaps. American Paint Journal 51, no. March: 22-4.
  • G11. F. Stather and R. Lauffmann. 1935. Metalschädigungen durch freie Fettsäuren und Lederschädigungen furch fettsaure Metalverbindungen. Collegium 787: 541-5.
  • G13. D. R. W. Tillbrooke. 1980. Fatty acid corrosion of copper alloys and its treatment. ICCM Bulletin 6, no. 3: 46-52.
  • G17. D. H. Tuck. 1983. Appendix 2: Analytical Values for Some Natural Lubricants used for Leather. In Oils and Lubricants used on Leather. Northampton: The Leather Conservation Centre.
  • G18. D. Von Endt. 1983. Draft of a letter sent to the Leather Conservation News, 7 November 1983.
  • G1. D. Von Endt and J. Mishara. 1983. Research Concerning the identification, rates of formation and stability of fatty acid metal salts (“staerates”). Unites States Government Memorandum.

Amerindian/African – MFG/ANAL/CONS binder

    • G19. 1983. Care of rawhide and semi-tanned leather. Canadian Conservation Institute Notes: National Museums of Canada.
    • G157. S. Ben Sai. 1944. Plants A Tannins, tannage et Teinture des Cuirs au Soudan. Notes africaines :
  • bulletin d’information et de correspondence de l’Institut français d’Afrique noire. 24: ???
  • G158. B. Ceesay. 1986. Traditional Ways of Processing and Conserving Leather in Kuonoko, A Village in the Sandu District, Upper River Division, of the Gambia, West Africa [Abstract]. Symposium 86. The Care and Preservation of Ethnological Materials: 15.
  • G159. B. Ceesay. 1986. Traditional Ways of Processing and Conserving Leather in Kuonoko, A Village in the Sandu District, Upper River Division, of the Gambia, West Africa in Bib Ad? : 15.
  • G20. C. Collins. 1986. Conservation Techniques for Ethnographic Leather Artifacts: Applications to the Paul Kane Collection [Abstract]. Symposium 86. The Care and Preservation of Ethnological Materials.
  • G21. C. Del Re. 1986. The Technology and Conservation of Five Northwest Coast Headdresses [Abstract]. Symposium 86. The Care and Preservation of Ethnological Materials.
  • G22. N. Feder. 1967. North American Plains Indians, Hide Dressing and Bead Sewing Techniques. Leaflet No. 2 — 1930. Denver, CO: Denver Art Museum, in cooperation with the Denver Public Schools.
  • G23. S. L. Fogle. 1982. The Conservation of a Horned and Feathered Mescalero Apache Headdress. Research Project, George Washington University.
  • G24. J. H. A. Grant. 1977. Conservation of an Inuit Sealskin Float: Reformed around Meteoroogical Balloons. Journal of the International Institute for Conservation, Canadian Group. 3, no. 1: 19-21.
  • G25. G. Hotz. 1970. Indian skin paintings from the American Southwest; two representations of border conflicts between Mexico and the Missouri in the early eighteenth century. . Translated by J. Malthaner. The Civilization of the American Indian series; v. 94. Norman: University of Oklahoma Press.
  • G26. R. P. Koch. 1977. Skins and Shirts. In Dress clothing of the Plains Indians:105-111, 128-132, 194-195. Norman: University of Oklahoma Press.
  • G161. M. J. Lamb. 1981. The Hausa Tanners of Northern Nigeria, and the Production of Sokoto Tanned Goatskins. The New bookbinder: Journal of Designer Bookbinders. 1: 58-62.
  • G27. R. McCoy. 1984. Apache Rawhide Playing Cards. American Indian Art Magazine 9, no. 3: 53,59.
  • G162. K. Nicklin. 1974. Nigerian Skin-Covered Masks. African Arts: 8-15.
  • G160. S. G. Pevar. 1978. The Construction of a Kora. African Arts 11, no. 4: 66-72.
  • G28. R. E. Ritzenthaler. 1946. Chippewa Indian Tanning Method [Abstract]. Journal of the International Society of Leather Trades Chemists 30, no. 185: 185-6.
  • G150. R. E. Ritzenthaler. 1945. Chippewa Indian Tanning Method. Hide and Leather and Shoes: 16-19.
  • G151. E. Schaffer. 1975. Thermal Analysis Study of the Deterioration of Ethnographic Caribou Sinew and Suggested Treatment. ICOM Preprints: 75/15/8-1.
  • G153. M. Segel and M. MacDonald. 1984. Current Research into the Conservation of Frozen Skins from the Arctic. ICOM Preprints: 84.18.14.
  • G152. A. Skinner. 1911. Notes on the Cree and the Eastern Saulteaux. Anthropological Papers of the American Museum of Natural History 9, no. 1: 125-6 (only).
  • G154. F. G. Speck. 1937. Analysis of Eskimo and Indian Skin-Dressing Methods in Laborador. Ethnos 2, no. 6: 345-333.
  • G154. T. G. Stone. 1977. Conservation of Two Athapaskan Caribou Hide Robes: Ballpoint Ink Removal. Journal of the International Institute for Conservation, Canadian Group. 3, no. 1: 16-18.
  • G163. F. Vaughan-Kirby. 1918. Skin Dressing: A Description of the Process of Converting the Raw Hides of Game or Domestic Cattle into Articles of Native Wearing Apparel. Man, no. 22-23: 26-40.
  • G155. E. Wilder. 1976. Tanning Hides. In Secrets of Eskimo Skin Sewing:9-19. Anchorage, Alaska: Alaska Northwest Publishing Company.
  • G156. J. Witthoft. 1958. Indian Methods of Skin Dressing and Tanning. Ohio Archaeologist 8, no. 3: 94-99.

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